I was invited by the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center in Austin, TX to shoot some video sequences and some Aerial Photography.
LBJ Wildflower Center
Yellow Garden Spiders are more scary looking than they are dangerous. I photographed this one at the LJB Wildflower Center.
I photographed this Heartleaf Hibiscus at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center while practicing my manual focus rail technique.
I mentioned that the summer heat has turned into tropical rain. I decided to photograph a Wild Poinsettia in a secluded area of the center.
I photographed this Blackfoot Daisy at the LBJ Wildflower Center. As a member of the Aster family, it resembles many other Texas Wildflowers.
One of the big advantages of going out to the LBJ Wildflower Center in Austin is to see the wildflower meadows in the springtime.
My maternal grandparents loved the LBJ family and, like Lady Bird Johnson, my grandmother loved wildflowers. She wrote a poem titled “Roadside Flowers”.
This photograph of a Texas Paintbrush is another one in the series that I captured while attending the Plant Identification course at the LBJ Wildflower Center.
I signed up for a Plant ID course at the LBJ Wildflower Center. I ran across this Double-banded Bycid hanging out on this Wild Carrot head during an outing.
This photograph was taken at the LBJ Wildflower Center. I searched for a good sunrise location and found this window that faced in the right direction.
Spring is just around the corner which for us Texans means that it’s Texas Bluebonnet time! This year, we are seeing Bluebonnet blooms much earlier than usual.
I was taking photographs of some wildflowers when I noticed this snail. I was photographing it when it turned around and looked at me as to say “What gives!”